Johnson & Johnson has a long legacy of supporting the nursing community—and the challenges brought on by COVID-19 have only strengthened its commitment to find new ways to give back to these essential healthcare workers over the past year.
Treating patients day and night is just one part of the job description for this enterprising nurse, who has made it her mission to help fellow nurses persevere during the pandemic and beyond. And it's not her first great healthcare innovation.
In time for the Aspen Ideas: Health festival, where he will be speaking, Michael Sneed, Executive Vice President, Global Corporate Affairs & Chief Communication Officer of Johnson & Johnson, shares why nurses, midwives and other healthcare workers are a critical facet in improving worldwide health.
In the early 1980s, Cliff Morrison did what no other San Francisco General Hospital staff member had the guts to do: come up with a humane way to treat and care for AIDS patients. We sat down with him to learn more about the life-changing initiative to practice compassionate nursing—and how the legacy of Ward 5B lives on.
From a $10 million pledge to UNICEF in support of health workers to promising news about a preventive HIV vaccine regimen, the company’s new 2018 Health for Humanity Report details how Johnson & Johnson is dedicated to creating a better future for everyone, everywhere.
From a clever way to help prep kids for surgery to a baby bottle nipple shaped just like Mom's, these nurses' bright ideas helped them win Johnson & Johnson's first nursing innovation challenge—and a total of $100,000 in grant money.
For International Brain Tumor Awareness Week, the celebrity interviewer opens up about how her recovery from a brain tumor inspired her to become an ardent advocate for enterprising nurses on the front lines of care.
It was the strongest earthquake on record in Japan—and it devastated Tohoku. In observance of the United Nations' International Day for Disaster Reduction, we tell the stories of survivors-turned-students of the Tomodachi J&J Disaster Nursing Training Program, who are transforming personal tragedy into hope for the future.
From partnering with the Black AIDS Institute to reduce HIV infection rates to improving representation in clinical trials, learn how Johnson & Johnson has made it a mission to help address disparities in healthcare.
Since 2001, Johnson & Johnson has helped support the Aga Khan University’s School of Nursing and Midwifery. As its latest group of students starts class this week, we sat down with a trio of alumni who are now giving back to their local communities in major ways.